The University of Toronto is committed to ensuring the quality of its academic programs, its teaching, and the learning experiences of its students. An essential component of our commitment to teaching excellence is the regular evaluation of courses by students. At the University of Toronto, course evaluations are conducted to collect formative data for instructors to improve their teaching, to provide summative data for administrative purposes (such as annual merit, tenure, and promotion review) and for program and curriculum review, and to provide members of the University community, including students, with information about teaching and courses at the university.
Working closely with the Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation (CTSI), the Program & Curriculum Unit (PCU) provides divisional-level support for the evaluation of UTM courses.
- A Guide to Course Evaluations @ UTM (for administrators) - Coming soon!
- UofT Course Evaluations Home
- Policy on the Student Evaluation of Teaching in Courses
- Provostial Guidelines on the Student Evaluation of Teaching in Courses
Yen Du (on secondment)
Manager, Academic Programs, Reviews & Quality Assurance
Program and Curriculum Assistant